Author: LSFL

Forensic Accounting

What you will study Corporate governance and business ethics Types of financial crime: market abuse, insider dealing, money laundering, corruption, bribery Types of corporate fraud: criminal activity in company management and administration Forensic psychology: psychological theory and real life criminal…

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Sustainable Finance: Major Issues in ESG and SR Investing

What you will study The growing trend towards social and environmental responsibility in finance Conscious capitalism: sustainable finance and philanthropy Characteristics of green finance as an emerging asset class Main types of green finance products and services Eligible sectors and…

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English for Financial Journalists

What you will study CEFR levels: B2-C1 Developing English language skills: grammar, speaking, reading, listening and writing Improving the style and content of writing before starting on Business and Financial Journalism Expanding specialist business vocabulary: general management and administration, customer…

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Business Economics

What you will study Business organisations and the analysis of their external environment The microeconomic factors of the external business environment: elasticities of demand and supply; price determination; cost behaviour; market structures and competition; market intervention  The macroeconomic context of…

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Business and Financial Journalism

What you will study Essentials of journalism Journalism ethics and regulation Corporate, financial and economic reporting skills for journalists Interviewing skills for journalists Data sources and analysis in business and financial journalism Business and financial journalism e-portfolio Key features of…

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Performance Management

What you will study A revision of costing in management accounting Specialist costing techniques: activity-based costing (ABC), target costing and life-cycle costing Specialist management accounting techniques: throughput accounting and environmental accounting Considering relevant costs in short-term decisions Sensitivity analysis and…

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Using Accounting Software (SAGE Business Cloud)

What you will study Benefits of computerised bookkeeping systems  Signing up to Sage Accounting Setting up your company in Sage Accounting Menus and functions in Sage Accounting Setting up your suppliers’ details, entering supplier opening balances and producing supplier data…

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Taxation: Value Added Tax (VAT)

What you will study An introduction to the UK tax system Value added tax (VAT): taxable persons; taxable supplies; how VAT works; the tax point; the value of a supply; sources of information VAT rates VAT registration and deregistration VAT…

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